In 1939, the film “Gone with the Wind” was released. The film was nearly $400 million at the box office. In 1939, it was before World War II, which is equivalent to more than $6 billion. So this movie is the first.
“Gone with the Wind” is a love movie based on Margaret Mitchell’s novel “Gone with the Wind”. Starring Victor Fleming, George Cook, Sam Wood, Vivien Li, Clark Gable, etc., was released in the United States on January 17, 1940.
In the context of the American Civil War, the film tells the story of the ups and downs between the protagonist Scarlett and Barrett.
In 1940, the film won ten awards including the best film, best director and best actress at the Academy Awards. In 1998, the film ranked fourth in the 20th century’s greatest 100 films by the American Film Institute.